Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures. Henry Ward Beecher Yeah, I know, but don’t you just love this quote? I, of course, would change brush to pen, paints to writes, and pictures to stories, but I thought it was a great quote… More Every artist….
Hi again, folks. Today we have an up and coming author to introduce you to. Kevin Henry has released the second in his historical fantasy Amber series and is here to share a little about it. Enjoy. Amber Prelude Amber Gifts Prequel Kevin B. Henry Genre: Fantasy, Time Travel, Science Fiction, and History… More Amber Prelude by Kevin B. Henry
As i said in a previous post or two I went on vacation last week, so didn’t get a whole lot of books like usual. I went to visit family and also got to tour the Lookout Mountain and Chickamauga battlefields in Tennessee. (Y’all saw the “ghost” right? It was the only one I *might*… More More books and about that vacation
One of the things I like about being a writer is my tendency to be bitten by the curiosity bug. The whole bit about the history I put in my books from time to time stems from that. This past week, I spent out of town visiting family but we took a little detour in… More “Freaky Friday”: Old Ringgold Cemetery
S.G. Rogers has a new release today combining two of my favorite things, classic literature and fantasy. :) So when I found out about Dancing With Raven, I asked her to come tell my readers a little more about it. Suzanne, take it away! William Shakespeare, Demon Hunter. by S.G. Rogers Shakespearean plays were often… More William Shakespeare, Demon Hunter–#newrelease by S.G. Rogers
I’ve been in Pensacola, the last week, running around like a madwoman, erm, that is, scouting future installments in my Antique Magic series of paranormal fantasy novels. Where was I scouting, you ask? Yep. I finally got to Fort Pickens–and it was fantastic! So, for this Saturday Snapshot, I’ve got some site-seeing photos to share.… More Seeking a bay fort